A couple of weeks ago, OCASI hosted a meeting of colleagues from across the country. The one thing they all had in common is a strong belief that the sector is changing and as sector leaders they needed to be ahead of the curve, to influence, since we can't control the changes that are taking place. It was quite a collection of folks. From almost every province, they primarily came from immigrant and refugee serving agencies but also from umbrella organizations like OCASI and from universities.
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OCASI, through the Professional Education and Training (PET) project, is accepting applications from agencies seeking in-house group training on the topic of Non-Profit Change Management. Training on this topic will prepare sector staff to respond and adapt to changes and make necessary improvements.
Nellie's is very proud to announce the launch of its position paper on accessibility titled Women with Disabilities and Deaf Women. This paper explores the issues impacting women with Disabilities and Deaf women. It identifies challenges and emerging issues, from which strategies are developed for working with women and to ensure that services are accessible to all.
My Canada Includes All Families
A Campaign to Stop Further Restrictions on Family Class Immigrants
The Government of Canada has proposed changes to theImmigration and Refugee Protection Regulationsto further limit family class immigrants to Canada.Such as: